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Old 05-01-2012, 03:45 PM   #11
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I have a Borgeson on my 69 4 speed car. I like it very much. If you have a stick shift, you will need a custom z-bar as new gear box has the hose mounts on top. You will also want to use banjo style fitting to minimize the height change on the clutch linkage. They require a little trimming on the column and a custom rag joint as the spline count is different than the stock box. I use mine with an adjustable PS pump from KRC. I can adjust the pressure which gives me a little more feel, but still power steering when in the parking lot.

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